PODcast: PraXis Session with Centering Prayer Coach and Author Rich Lewis

Centering prayer session and discussion led by Rich Lewis. FYI-This recording includes 20 MINUTES OF SILENCE.

We meet on Zoom every Wednesday at 6 pm, PST, to practice Christian Mindfulness and talk about the intersection of wellness and spiritual practice. Now you can see what it’s like AND practice along with us— after the fact! That’s because we’ve launched a podcast of the live recordings.

For now you can find our podcast on Anchor.FM. Soon the little pods will start fanning out across the internet to platforms like iTune and Spotify. Give it some time. You also find the pods on our new YouTube Channel.

Episode 1: Our session with Rich Lewis: Pennsylvania-based Centering Prayer coach, and author of Sitting with God: A Journey to Your True Self Through Centering Prayer. Rich tells us how he came to learn silent prayer and the group discusses some of the finer points of this form of mindfulness. Then we all practice our silent prayer for 20 minutes. So, this podcast is …20 minutes of pure silence! We know. Innovative!

You can get a free sample of Rich’s book here. I’ve read it. It’s a wonderfully accessible and human approach to Centering Prayer. Rich is a real work-a-day type of contemplative. He writes about contemplation in a straightforward, simple and sincere manner. More about Rich and his coaching practice at his website.

Please listen, subscribe and share the podcast. And tell Jamie and I what you think!

Published by Cornelius Swart

Master in Public and Pastoral Leadership Fitness and Wellness Coach in Training 200 RYT Yoga Instructor (former journalist)

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